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60 /100 365 AZ-64
“This is in Tusayan, not Grand Canyon. In any event, they have 6 taps. Three microbrews, three macros, one of the micros is their house IPA (brewed in Williams and actually pretty decent). The food here was damn, damn good. There are better places for beer, even in Tusayan. Nothing rare or particularly interesting here, but again, the food was great (steak, veggies and potatoes - and great onion rings, too).“
WestCoastHawkeye 318 days ago
64 /100 9 N VILLAGE LOOP DR
“Visited with the family for a late afternoon meal on a Friday. We ate at the Historic Harvey House, though there are also other options that share the same bar and beer selections. The food is standard American fare, though prices weren’t too outrageous and was tasty enough. Beer selection has about 6 craft beers available, all from nearby breweries. Featured a 4 x ~6 oz taster tray that was pretty cool. Service was friendly and efficient. If you are on the South Rim, certainly worth checking it out.

(Just ok)

I only use the total score, not the component parts.“
theisti 970 days ago
64 /100 9 N VILLAGE LOOP DR
“Visited while at the Grand Canyon. They definitely seem to have a stranglehold on where to eat while there! Despite that, they prices aren't as outrageous as you might think. At the bar, they actually had mostly craft beer on tap with a good, diverse selection. I just had one beer, the Grand Canyon Pilsner, and it was pretty good. Service was great, too. They had two bartenders working and that was more than enough to keep up. If in the Grand Canyon, I would come back here again, no problem!“
JStax 1299 days ago
48 /100 9 N VILLAGE LOOP DR
“Looks like the reviews here could use an update...
Visited here as well as El Tovar to grab food/drinks, since as the reviews say, there is nothing else around. They only had BMC on tap + 1-2 Grand Canyon beers (some combo of Starry Night, Amber, Pilsner, or the Pale). Some New Belgium stuff was around at one or two of them as well (bottles if I recall correctly?). El Tovar has a little nicer (with basically the same selection)
Also, the ambiance is probably more like a 2, but I gotta give them bonus points for being feet from the Grand Canyon, right?“
ben4321 2870 days ago
50 /100 9 N VILLAGE LOOP DR
“1554 was very good,food was expensive for what it was but as there’s not much competition I supose it can be complacent.“
bigleigh 4496 days ago
38 /100 9 N VILLAGE LOOP DR
“All three of our bars at the Grand Canyon (El Tovar, Bright Angel, and Maswik Sports Bar), have the same [boring] tap selection - Bud Light, Sam Adams Lager, Warsteiner, Fat Tire, 1554, and a couple Arizona based brews: Oak Creek’s Pale Ale and Porter. These are the only options within 90 miles if you’re up this way, so I won’t say to go somewhere else, but don’t expect anything more than average. Bright Angel has the most normal bar atmosphere, El Tovar is a bit fancier, and Maswik has a big screen TV and a couple pool tables.“
raney 4855 days ago
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Grand Canyon American Pilsner